What did Virat Kohli say on Diwali that people flared up on social media?

new Delhi: When the whole country was celebrating the festival of Diwali, then Virat Kohli was present at the Pullman Hotel in Sydney Olympic Park. She is currently on an Australia tour where she is quarantined for 14 days. The captain of Team India has given a video message through Twitter, wishing everyone on the occasion of Diwali.

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In this 18-second video, Virat said, ‘My best wishes to you and your family. May God grant you peace, prosperity and happiness on the occasion of this Diwali. Remember not to burst firecrackers, protect the environment and give a simple one on this auspicious occasion and celebrate the happiness at home with your loved ones with sweets. God bless you all. tack care.’

Shortly after, this video of Virat went viral on social media, many Twitter users fiercely attacked Kohli. At the same time, people have also targeted his wife and Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma. Let us see some such tweets.


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